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The mygalomorph family Ctenizidae has a world-wide distribution and currently contains nine genera and 135 species. However, the… Expand The family Ctenizidae is a worldwide-distributed trapdoor spider group, with a modest number of genera and species but… Expand Background The infraorder Mygalomorphae (i.e., trapdoor spiders, tarantulas, funnel web spiders, etc.) is one of three main… Expand Abstract The genus Conothele of the trapdoor family Ctenizidae is reported for the first time from India with the description of… Expand Spider systematics has overwhelmingly relied on morphological characters to resolve higher-level phylogenetic questions… Expand The primary focus of this paper is to evaluate the monophylyand intergeneric relationships of the cyrtaucheniid subfamily… Expand Nineteen genera belonging to seven families were recorded during a systematic survey of mygalomorph spiders in the southern… Expand An Ummidia trapdoor spider species near San Vito, Costa Rica, prefers steep slopes and open , sparsely wooded, early successional… Expand Nine insecticidal peptides were isolated from the venom of the trap-door spider, Aptostichus schlingeri. Seven of these toxins… Expand The masses of Sphodros atlanticus and Ummidia sp . spiderlings capable of ballooning, and o f Antrodiaetus unicolor spiderlings… Expand